LUAG’s Outdoor Sculptures Infuse Campus with Art
More than 50 sculptures, including one kinetic piece, are spread across Lehigh's three campuses.
Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for more than 7,000 students.
An international student from Jamaica, Kadia Nichelle Hylton-Fraser came to Lehigh to pursue her doctorate in educational leadership. Throughout her journey, she found opportunities for thoughtful leadership that balanced the pursuit of goals with the needs of others. Among her research interests are social justice practices of principals, educational leadership and policy, and principal preparation. A Fulbright scholar and former Graduate Student Senate President, she was selected as a Jackson Scholar by the University Council for Educational Administration.
With the pandemic demonstrating the importance of people from differing backgrounds and places working together to solve problems, Michael Tahiru ’22 founded the Lehigh Africa Business Club on campus to connect people and facilitate discussions on everything from technology to the supply chain. A finance major and member of Lehigh’s men’s soccer team, Tahiru as club president helped facilitate a speaker series and an annual conference that allowed people to engage, compare ideas and network.
As president of Student Senate, Victor Cochrane ’22 represented Lehigh’s student body, helping to amplify student voices in conversations with university leadership and various organizations. Challenged by the pandemic, Cochrane worked to reinvigorate student life once everyone returned to campus. He also strived to create an environment where people not only voiced opinions but asked, how can we solve this issue? Cochrane received his bachelor’s degree in economics, with minors in business information systems and political science.
Scott Willoughby ’89, vice president and program manager for the James Webb Space Telescope program, led the team responsible for sending Webb into space to retrieve some of the most incredible space images ever seen.
The new HST building forges a link between Lehigh and the community with multiple entrances facing South Bethlehem and built-in community space for public events, lectures and research.
A spirited Reunion returns to campus for the first time after a two year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Great South Side sale helped raise $22,000 for community school programs.
As part of a commitment to sustainability, students cataloged more than 500 trees to earn a Tree Campus USA certificate.
May’s ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrates the opening of the New Health, Science and Technology Building.
The CHOICES program allows middle school girls to participate in a variety of fun engineering and science experiments designed to foster an interest in STEM.
Vincent Forlenza ’75 is selected as Chair of Board of Trustees, starting his term in July 2022.
University admissions welcomes prospective students and their families to campus for in-person information sessions and tours all summer.
Members of the Lehigh Women's soccer family attend soccer legend, Gina Lewandowski '07's last game as she retires from professional competition.
The Iacocca Global Village, an intensive, immersive program that prepares students and young professionals to thrive in a global community, celebrates 25 years at Lehigh.
JJ Swenson ‘22 is a member of Lehigh’s first “posse” of students to graduate from the university as part of its partnership with The Posse Foundation in the Bay Area of California.
Graduate students Robson M. Araujo-Junior and Tarah Cicero assist Alec Bodzin on the development of a interactive games for K-12 students.
Hundreds of students attend Diner En Blanc each spring celebrating the end of the academic year.
Musikfest, the nation’s largest free outdoor music festival held each August, is steps from Lehigh’s campus.
PhD student John Kershner is awarded a Fulbright award.